Submarine Time Machine

20-25 Jun 2017

LADIES & GENTLEMEN, BOYS & GIRLS, EMINENT CITIZENS & FRIENDS.

It is with great delight, exhilaration and plentiful excitement that we announce the launch of the world’s most magnificent machine. A veritable wonder of the world, a sensational curiosity, a marvel of engineering and imagination. The Submarine Time Machine.

To mark this illustrious occasion we are inviting you to join us in a celebration of its launch. Arrive on the towpath of the Forth & Clyde Canal between Speirs Locks and Firhill Basin for a veritable feast of entertainment, a day of erudition and amusement, featuring performance, spectacle, dance, the singing of songs and the telling of the tallest tales.

Marvel at the strength of the boy who pulled the plug that drained the canal, swoon at the sight of the glorious white hart that appears whenever a stout heart is broken, be aghast and exhausted as you take wing with the most incredible Glesga Doo, relive the glory day of Partick Thistle Football Club’s defining defeat of the Lisbon Lions and roar 4-1 all over again. Let your imagination fly and be part of this most historical occasion when the Submarine Time Machine will transport us all to a new world of possibility and opportunity.

If you believe in magic and the power of imagination then please join us, as this is the fuel on which our time machine is propelled.

Supported by ScottishPower Foundation,
Scottish Canals, Saltire Society

THIS IS A FREE EVENT – NO BOOKING NECESSARY

LOCATION
Forth and Clyde Canal (Between Speirs Locks and Firhill Basin), Glasgow

DATES AND TIMES

Fri 23 June 2017, 7pm-9pm
Sat 24 & Sun 25 Jun, 11am-1pm & 2.30pm-4.30pm

SCHOOLS’ PERFORMANCES

Tue 20 – Thu 22 Jun 2017 10.30am – 12.30pm
Schools must book in advance at Karen.allan@nationaltheatrescotland.com or jane.hamilton@nationaltheatrescotland.com

Access is via all canal entry points between Speirs Locks and Firhill Basin. The Submarine is not wheelchair accessible but an alternative Submarine experience will be available. This is a promenade performance taking place on the canal towpath and involves walking – some of this is on uneven ground. This is an outdoor event so dress for the weather.